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Last game against Buffalo Sabres which was played in Boston TD Garden on 12/29/2019 Bruins won 3-2
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Bruins D-man Krug could be key addition to Winnipeg's blue line
In the continuing search to improve the Winnipeg Jets’ blueline, we’ve gone through what the retention of Dylan DeMelo or the addition of Tyson Barrie might mean for the NHL club. But how about the addition of a bona fide star, instead? Not that DeMelo and Barrie wouldn’t be significant contributors; all signs point to them as solid fits if the Jets could lure them during the free-agency signing period next month.
Posted: 09/18/2020

The reason for the Bruins 5v5 offense woes, and who can help address them
In 13 games (including the round robin), the Bruins scored 17 goals at 5 on 5 while giving up 29 to their opponents. Against Tampa Bay, the B’s only managed 7 goals 5v5 in their 6 meetings (again, including the round robin match-up), while Tampa blistered the Bruins for 16 goals. Boston was held to almost to almost 160+ minutes of even strength hockey without a goal.
Posted: 09/18/2020

Why a bunch of ex-Bruins are backing Rick Bowness in the Stanley Cup Final
Greg Wyshynski ESPN Greg Wyshynski is ESPN's senior NHL writer. Follow on Twitter After the Dallas Stars had eliminated his Colorado Avalanche in Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinals, Nathan MacKinnon stopped in the handshake line to tell Stars head coach Rick Bowness that he was now rooting for him. "Losing sucks.
Posted: 09/18/2020

What's Bruin, 9/17: Pro Bruins are everywhere
Norman Powell, G, Toronto Raptors – Powell averaged 17.0 points and 2.5 rebounds, shooting 52.6 percent from the field in Toronto’s final two playoff games last week. Toronto lost to Boston in Game 7 on Friday evening (Eastern Conference semifinals). Powell shot 44.4 percent from 3-point territory and made 10 of 11 free throws in those two contests.
Posted: 09/17/2020

What should the Bruins do with Kevan Miller?
Some quick facts on Miller’s career with the Bruins: Miller began his career by signing with the Bruins as a free agent in 2011, and played his first two professional seasons in Providence. After he cracked the big league lineup, Miller played in 324 games and registered 67 points. In 2016, he signed a four-year, $10 million deal with the B’s.
Posted: 09/17/2020

Kevin Stevens adds to legend with a hole in one
When the Penguins fell down 2 games to 0 to the Boston Bruins, Stevens was undeterred, defiantly stating, “we’re confident we can beat this team, and we will beat this team … We’ll beat this team. I’ll say it right now, we’ll beat them. The Penguins won alright.
Posted: 09/16/2020

Why NHL Insider Believes Bruins Will Be 'Really Interesting' In Free Agency
The Bruins might be ready to make some noise in free agency. Boston faces a critical offseason, as it needs to strike a delicate balance of veteran core, ascension of youth and new additions on its roster if it wants to keep a shrinking championship window open. Shortly after the Bruins fell to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, team general manager Don Sweeney admitted he’s “looking to make some changes,” though it’s unclear whether he envisions major or minor tweaks to the ro...
Posted: 09/15/2020

Former Bruin Anton Khudobin Helps Lead Dallas Stars To Stanley Cup Final
The Boston Bruins may not be going to the Stanley Cup Final this year. But two former Bruins will be playing for hockey’s ultimate prize. One of those players is Tyler Seguin, though his two goals in 20 games make him more of a passenger than a driver.
Posted: 09/15/2020

Why the Canucks should pursue Torey Krug in free agency
But rather than try to retain as many of those players as possible, should Benning try something bold and pursue one of this year’s most prized free agents in Boston Bruins defenceman Torey Krug? It sounds ludicrous at first, but hear me out. Right now, all signs point towards Krug leaving the only NHL team he’s ever known.
Posted: 09/14/2020

Bruins braintrust know they need to get back to some Big, Bad basics
The Bruins haven't lived up to their long-time nickname of the "Big, Bad Bruins" recently -- and as the team reassesses its roster this offseason, Joe Haggerty says Boston needs to go back to basics and add some bulk.
Posted: 09/13/2020

Former Grand Rapids Griffins coach earns National Hockey League Coach of the Year
Boston Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy was named National Hockey League Coach of the Year this week. Cassidy, 55, has West Michigan ties since he coached the Grand Rapids Griffins for two seasons (2000-2002). Cassidy guided the Bruins to the President’s Trophy as the league’s best regular-season team (44-14-12, .
Posted: 09/11/2020

Could a change in forward lineups get a bit more out of our roster?
First post on here. Haven't had much to say on the team before this because we've been pretty good lately and I'm a relatively new blogger. Given the latest series loss and possible impending cap hell, I had some recent thoughts about some of the team's flaws that I think may be at least somewhat addressable.
Posted: 09/11/2020

Here's How Bruins' Patrice Bergeron Finished In Selke Trophy Voting
Bergeron has been nominated nine (! times in his career. And after another strong season with Boston, many thought he may lock it up.
Posted: 09/11/2020

Bruins' Bruce Cassidy wins NHL coach of the year honors
More than a week since his Boston Bruins were eliminated from the playoffs, Cassidy spent time Wednesday after learning he won the Jack Adams Award watching the Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Islanders play Game 2 of the Eastern Conference final. As much as he'd like to still be competing for the Stanley Cup, Cassidy keeps his eyes on coaches Barry Trotz and Jon Cooper hoping to pick up a thing or two that could help next year and beyond.
Posted: 09/10/2020

Bruins' Cassidy wins Jack Adams Award as coach of year
Article content Bruce Cassidy of the Boston Bruins on Wednesday was named the recipient of the Jack Adams Award as the NHL’s top coach for the 2019-20 season. Cassidy, who was a finalist for the award in 2017-18, is the fourth Bruins coach to claim the honor. Don Cherry (1975-76), Pat Burns (1997-98) and Claude Julien (2008-09) also won the Jack Adams Award while serving as a bench boss for Boston.
Posted: 09/10/2020


HOME 35 22 4 9
AWAY 35 22 10 3
TOTAL 70 44 14 12

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BOS 70 44 14 12 100 227 174
TBL 70 43 21 6 92 245 195
TOR 70 36 25 9 81 238 227
FLA 69 35 26 8 78 231 228
MTL 71 31 31 9 71 212 221
BUF 69 30 31 8 68 195 217
OTT 71 25 34 12 62 191 243
DET 71 17 49 5 39 145 267

1. BOS 70 44 14 12 53 100
2. TBL 70 43 21 6 50 92
3. WSH 69 41 20 8 25 90
4. PHI 69 41 21 7 36 89
5. PIT 69 40 23 6 28 86
6. TOR 70 36 25 9 11 81
7. CAR* 68 38 25 5 29 81
8. CBJ* 70 33 22 15 -7 81
9. NYI 68 35 23 10 -1 80
10. NYR 70 37 28 5 12 79
11. FLA 69 35 26 8 3 78
12. MTL 71 31 31 9 -9 71
13. BUF 69 30 31 8 -22 68
14. NJD 69 28 29 12 -41 68
15. OTT 71 25 34 12 -52 62
16. DET 71 17 49 5 -122 39
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